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economic ripple effect on the city because the city could collect property and income taxes from those government workers. he says right now just 43% of d.c. city workers actually live in the district. this bill would have -- [indiscernible] >>> today the d.c. council is also scheduled to take a final vote on a living wage bill that would require larger retailers to pay workers $12.50 an hour at least. that has wal-mart now threatening to pull the plug on three of the six store it is was going to open in the d.c. area. and possibly abandon three others which are already under construction. the regional manager calls that bill arbitrary and discriminatory. >>> immigration activists have plans around capitol hill today. >> they're -- there are demonstrations for a comprehensive reform bill now include a same-sex marriage ceremony between a u.s. citizen and her undocumented partner. more on today's hill debate coming up. >> ahead in sports after two perfect seasons of play, the washington capitals now hold a winning streak record all by themselves. we'll if there's a way to take corn on t
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